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REZA Hygiene and REZA ProQuip exibiting at Gulfood Manufacturing 2014 in Dubai, UAE

Gulfood Manufacturing is the biggest food and beverage processing event in the MEASA Region. This year's event took place between November 9-11 in Dubai, UAE.

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REZA ProQuip exhibiting at Gulfood Manufacturing 2014, 9 - 11 November in Dubai, UAE


We would kindly like to invite you to visit us on Stand Z-A24.

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REZA ProQuip as a partner of Velox Barchitta Srl, producer of industrial washers

Velox Barchitta Srl is a producer of four main groups of washers: Mini, Compatte, Cabine and Tunnel.

They are active in different fields: Fruit and Vegetable, Pastry and Ice Cream, Catering, Fish, Meat and Avicultural, Bakery, Dairy, Pharmaceutical and Chemical.

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Hako Cleaning Machines come to Reza Hygiene

Hako Gmbh and Reza Hygiene partner to provide the the most durable and innovative Floor Cleaning Machines with distribution & service centers in Jeddah -Riyadh- Khobar of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Qatar


 Superior technology for a cleaner more pleasant environment

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Is the toilet seat really the dirtiest place in the home?

The toilet seat has acquired an unfair reputation as the dirtiest item in the average household. But scientists say there are far filthier places in our house, some of them where we least expect. 

  • But what about the Saudi Fridge ?

  • the British Hands ?

  • the South African Bath ?

  • the ordinary kitchen cloth ?

  • ..and the good old Shopping Trolley?

Would you chop your vegetables on your toilet seat? I think pretty much all of us would say No. But maybe we should think again.

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USDA changes HACCP reassessment of poultry products


Companies that produce “comminuted” poultry, which now includes ground chicken and mechanically separated chicken, will be required to reassess their Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) plans, the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced in the Federal Register.

USDA changes HACCP reassessment of poultry products

According to the notice, the HACCP reassessment, which establishments must conduct in the next 90 days, must take into account recent Salmonella outbreaks associated with consumption of comminuted not-ready-to-eat (raw) turkey products.


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Drug-Resistant Germ In Rhode Island Hospital Raises Worries

A highly resistant form of a common bacterium recently popped up in two Rhode Island patients, only the 12th and 13th times it has been spotted in this country.

And while the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cites Rhode Island Hospital for fast work in stamping it out, federal officials are worried the next time might not go as well. They're asking U.S. hospitals to be alert to the threat this strain of drug-resistant germs poses.

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Pest Control Workshops - Jeddah 17th April & Riyadh 18th April

Best Practices for Integrated Pest Management (IPM) for Caterers, Food and Beverage Processors, and Hospitals

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Workshop Industrial Cleaning – A Sustainable Approach; DHAHRAN 2nd APRIL 2012

Reza Hygiene will be holding a Workshops in Dhahran Eastern Province, that will discuss and demonstrate sustainable Heavy & Light industrial cleaning technologies with a triple bottom line return of People, Planet, Profit. This will include new technologies and Biological products.

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Workshops for Green Cleaning Solutions - DHAHRAN 1st and JEDDAH 3rd APRIL 2012

Reza Hygiene will be holding two Workshops in Jeddah - Western Province  and Dhahran- Eastern Province that will showcase Practical green cleaning solutions for the Workplace, Healthcare & Educational environments.

As offices, schools, healthcare facilities, factories, athletic facilities, even homes become more energy efficient (air tight), the greater the need to understand indoor environmental conditions. We are now spending more time indoors than ever before.

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